Soil Health Institute Awarded $3.25 Million from ARPA-E to Develop Soil Carbon Measurement and Monitoring System
The funds will be used to develop an integrated soil carbon measurement and monitoring system called the DeepC System, which will provide standardized carbon sequestration monitoring needs for carbon markets in agriculture.
ICT International's LoRa-based precision environmental sensors enable smarter crop monitoring with a data-centric approach
Second Generation Hawkeye® Nozzle Control System Now Available for Order
AGROS just got smarter. AGROS 4.0 unveils an expanded global model with improved accuracy for yield and credit models up to 95% accuracy.
UAV professionals can visit and connect with exhibitors for free at the sixth annual event
Co-hosted by Mars Economics of Mutuality (EoM) Foundation and the American Chamber of Commerce in China (AmCham China), the international seminar themed Why Does Purpose as A Strategy Make A Difference in Today's Post-COVID World? was held online on August 27.
New layflat fittings are easier to install, remove and reuse
Future of Food company attracts top talent and investors who see plant-based as a preemptive solution to the next global health crisis
-Farmers Business NetworkSM launches new platform that environmentally scores grain, boosts farm revenues by providing buyers with direct access to verifiable Low-Carbon Grain producers -POET Ethanol Pursues Low-Carbon Grain Programs Through GRO Network™
AgriTech - the sought after technology breakthrough: In recent times, AgriTech or AgTech solutions are gaining their popularity factor because individuals and entities alike, are becoming increasingly aware of the efficiency technology adds to their daily processes, which otherwise would have been tasking to follow through with. The 'revolutionary' factor has been highlighted in the AgTech space and hence, it has caught the eyes of investors and big corporations. AgTech represents that specific niche category of technology buffs that intermingle the age-old occupation of agriculture with the new age specs and wonders of technology.
The CEA Food Safety Coalition will bring together a panel of food safety experts from Bowery Farming, Planted Detroit, Plenty, and BrightFarms to discuss "Food Safety Challenges and Opportunities Unique to CEA" on September 9, 2020 from 2-3 pm EST. The latest addition to the monthly Indoor Ag-Conversations webinar series from Indoor Ag-Con, LLC, the session is free and open to all industry members.
Together with Kuhne Industrie, Polygon Delivers Composite Bearings to Feeding Technology Leader for Demanding Mixer Cart Application
Only Polygon's bearings could withstand the stress of uneven loading on cart's walking tandem axle
AgLaunch and Farm Journal Announce 2020 Row Crop Challenge Focused on Increasing Sustainability of Row Crop Agriculture
This year's Row Crop Challenge will focus on technologies that accelerate the adoption of sustainable production practices toward the farm-of-the-future, specifically outlined in the Cotton Trust Protocol.
This issue paper discusses the complexity of microbiomes, how soil microbes can help crops grow, and new technologies.
LONE GIANT 'LEAP': SAUDI ARABIA'S NEW GLOBAL TECH EVENT TO RESHAPE LIFESTYLES, TRANSFORM ECONOMY AND PUT KINGDOM AMONG WORLD'S TOP TECH-ENABLED NATIONS
Landmark event is supported by Saudi Government, powered by the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) and will host leading global tech companies
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This is today's agriculture: Tractors drive autonomously and the cultivation of fields can be carried out precisely and plant-specifically. Drones record the condition of the soil and crops from the air. Robots assist in milking, feeding, and monitoring animals. MVTec's machine vision software helps farmers realize these and other applications and confidently face many of today's modern agriculture challenges.